SCREEK Wi-Fi HomeAssitant Multi-Sensor (Temperature, Humidity and Light Sensor)

We are pleased to introduce our second product, which is an environmental sensor, it contains a light sensor (BH1750) as well as a temperature and humidity sensor (SHT30), the core processor is Lexin’s ESP32-C3. it is all integrated together, so it looks like a beautiful DIY electronic hardware, the shell has been carefully designed, it becomes a whole, without the use of screws It is the best part of it.

I think this is one of the biggest concerns, how they look like as shown in Home Assistant, here’s how it looks on the interface, it has all this information, integrated together, and we can’t find anything more rare. Because it is WIFI-powered, it can be very capricious to give feedback in very real time, without worrying about the battery products that do not update for a long time because of voltage and power consumption problems, and only have updates when changes happen.

As a price, you need to find a suitable installation location and method for the USB cable. Fortunately, we are using the current very popular TYPE-C interface and it is easy to find a cable that fits it.

This is the inside of it, you can see the three modules combined together, we didn’t make a separate PCB, but we bought dozens of modules and chips and combined them with each other to find inspiration, we found this beautiful combination, after a long time of testing, it was considered stable, we liked the combination and we designed the shell for it. Then it became a gadget for ESPHome combination.

Let us show you this bottom structure, it’s really delicate, CSZ’s clever design makes the module and structure lie nicely inside, it’s kind of amazing inside and makes the whole PCB completely different.

the source yaml:

  name: screek-multi-sensor-1a
  comment: Screek Multi-Sensor (Temperature, Humidity and Light Sensor) 1A
  friendly_name: Screek Multi-Sensor 1A
    board_build.flash_mode: dio
    name: Screek.Mult_Sensor
    version: 1A

  board: lolin_c3_mini
    type: arduino
    version: 2.0.7
    platform_version: 6.0.1

  - source: ../screek-components

# Enable logging

# Enable Home Assistant API

  password: "OTA_WORLD"

  port: 80

  power_save_mode: NONE



  sda: GPIO7
  scl: GPIO11
  scan: true
  id: bus_a

  - platform: status
    name: Online
    id: ink_ha_connected

  - platform: template
    id: sys_esp_temperature
    name: ESP Temperature
    lambda: return temperatureRead();
    unit_of_measurement: °C
    device_class: TEMPERATURE
    update_interval: 30s
    entity_category: "diagnostic"
  - platform: uptime
    name: Uptime
    id: sys_uptime
    update_interval: 10s
  - platform: wifi_signal 
    name: RSSI
    id: wifi_signal_db
    update_interval: 5s
    entity_category: "diagnostic"
  - platform: template
    id: esp_memory
    icon: mdi:memory
    name: ESP Free Memory
    lambda: return heap_caps_get_free_size(MALLOC_CAP_INTERNAL) / 1024;
    unit_of_measurement: 'kB'
    state_class: measurement
    entity_category: "diagnostic"
    disabled_by_default: True
  - platform: bh1750
    name: "Illuminance"
    # address: 0x23
    update_interval: 1s
  - platform: sht3xd
      name: "Temperature"
      name: "Humidity"
    # address: 0x44
    update_interval: 1s

  - platform: status_led
    name: sys_status
    pin: GPIO12
    internal: True
    restore_mode: ALWAYS_OFF
  - platform: status_led
    name: sys_status
    pin: GPIO13
    internal: True
    restore_mode: ALWAYS_OFF

  - platform: restart
    # disabled_by_default: True
    icon: mdi:power-cycle
    name: "ESP Reboot"
  - platform: factory_reset
    disabled_by_default: True
    name: Factory Reset
    id: factory_reset_all

We make quite a few that can be sent all over the world, so if you’re passionate about esphome and homeassistant, then maybe give it a try :slight_smile: